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Cuthedrals struck by lightning, 486. Cockcrowing, Nov. 27 th & Dec. 24th.
between Ancient and Catholic Celibacy in monasteries, argu- Moderu tutelary Angels, July 20th ment in favonr of, 16.
and Sept. 29th. Catholics not a more persecuting peo
between Old and New ple than Protestants, 588. Sub Festivals, Feb. 2d, Sept. 29th, and CHRONOLOGY.
Cold, excessive, Jan. 14th, 14. her sweet music drew Colds, or Rheums, 607, 745. Sub down an angel, 650. See Apollo.
HYGEIA. Cerealia, April 9th.
Colour of Starlight, 17, 287. Ceres, or agricultural observations,
of Flowers, 439—of Cats, 721. 541, et alibi.
Comet of 1819, July 30, 321; also 745. Ceres and ber harvest ceremonies, of 1811, Sept. 12th, 471. August 30th, 438.
Comets, their general history,324, 473. Chains of St. Peter celebrated on Comparison of Pagan and Christian Lanimas Day, Aug. 1st, 380.
Mythology, 354, 517. miracles wrought | Comus of John Milton, song from, 308. by, 383.
Constellations, method of finding, 533, Festum Spei in et alibi. Sub URANJA. old Rome, and Festa Spei, Fidei, et Consualia in Rome, Aug. 18th, 410. Charitatis in modern, on the same Corns, lucky days for cutting, 99. day, 382.
Corona, a luminous appearance, 639. Chair of St. Peter at Antioch, Feb. Corvus, Crater, et Anguis rise, Feb. 220, 71,
14th, 60. Changes in the Heavens, 282, and Coughs and Colds, 607, 621. Sub sequel.
HYGEIA. Chantilly in France, hunting at, 557. Cowslip, account of and verses to, 19i. Martins at, 513.
Cruniology, now called Phrenology, Charistia of the Romans, 67.
Sept. 11th, 468, and Dec. 31st. Charlotte, an excellent entrée for a Crescens, St. a disciple of St. Paul,
second course, 364. Sub POMONA. Oct. 9th, 544. Cheese, when made, 947. Sub Pales. Crispin's Day, St. 584. Cherryclack, lines on, 329.
Croci, early, Feb. 14th, 60, 64, 69, 80. Childhood, recollections of early, 51, Cross found by St. Helena, its ge
395 ; also Oct. 2d and 20th. Sub nuineness, 214. Hygeia.
Crown of Ariadne, the constellation of, Chlodoardus, or St. Cloud, Sept. 7th, 101. 459.
Crown, Imperial, April 4th, 162. Cholera Morbus, 494.
CRUCIS S. INVENTIO, May 3d, Chrétienisme, Génie du, par M. Cha- 213. teaubriand, 631, 672.
CRUCIS S. EXALTATIO, Sept. Christmas Day, Dec. 2511, 739.
14th, 481. Christmas Boxes, 742.
Cruelty to Animals in experiments, 500. Cider, the process of making, 501.
lines on, 58. Sub POMONA.
Cuckoo, its arrival and early note, Cirrus, Cirrostratus, Cirrocumulus, &c. April 21st, 181. 467. See Clouds.
various verses on, 189. City Shower described, 398.
Gurfew Bell, Nov. 6th, 615. Ciril Year, what, 478.
remains of, in England Clement's Day, St. marked in the and in Switzerland, ibid.
Clog Almanack with a Pot to de. Cyprian, St. Archbishop of Carthage, note drinking, 653.
Sept. 16th, 485. marked with an
the Magician, Sept. 26th, Anchor, 653.
503. Clocks, on the origin of, 635. Sub TEMPUS.
Daffodils, 107. Clouds, remarkable forms of the, 403. D'Alembert, his death and character,
the modifications of, 467. October 27th, 588. Cock and floating Bowl, a Dutch Story,
his Essai sur les Caoses June 19th, 304.
des Vents, ibid.
Dance, Latin lines on the effect of | Drowned Persons, full directions for
the recovery of, when practicable, Dark Days afore Christmas, 712. April 30th, 201. Sub NEPTUNUS. Days of the Week change their names, | Dunstan, St. legend of, 240. 14.
Dynasties, chronology of, 756. table of, Feb.29th, 83. Deadly Nightshade and its poison, 360. | East Winds, unwholesomeness of, 336. Sub FLORA.
Sub HYGEIA. December, and the three preceding Easter, a moveable feast, 170. months, temperature of, 710.
singular custom at Lostwi. Decoying Ducks begins, Oct. 1st, 529. thiel at, 170. Deity, existence of, Nov. 7th.
Eclipses in general, ancient idea of. Deities, Tutelary, of the months, 124. 460. of the days of the week, 14.
opinion of the Chinese relatDe Luc's Electric Column, Oct. 95th, ing to, 461. 585. Sub COELUM.
-, great one of the Sun in Denys, three saints of that name, 1820, Sept. 5th, 460. October 3d and 9th.
Edict of Nantes revoked, Oct. 24th, in Depletion at Spring and Fall, 587. 1685, 580. Devil, the, contends with the Arch- Electric Column, new sort of, made
angel St. Michael, Sept. 29th, 517. by Mr. B. M. Forster, 585. Sub Dialogue between 1824 and 1825, COELUM. Dec. 31st, 760.
Emblems, Religious, of use, 354, 651. Diana, her ancient history and rites,
become reliques of past April 6th, 165.
piety, ibid. confounded with St. Agnes, 518.
of the mouths personified, DIANA, used to head our articles on Sept. 13th, 475. fieldsports, alibi.
Enchantresses, song of the twelve, Dies atri et albi, 145.
366. Sub FLORA. Dionysia seu Vendemia in Rome, Epach, on, and the alteration of Style, Sept. 5d, 450.
179. Diopetus was a Meteorolite, 436. Ephialtes Botanicus, 81. Dissolution of Monasteries, lines on, Epiphany, 7. 657.
eve of, 6. Distaff"'s Day, St. 9.
Equation of Time, Jan. 30th, 40; and Divination by Nuts, Snails, Ladybirds, at the end of each succeeding &c. 594, 595.
month, sub TEMPUS. Dog Days, when they begin, July 3,321. Equinor, vernal, 128. Autumnal, 501. Dog Star, 15.
Etymology of the Names of Colours, Dog named Spectre, lines on, 13.
· Tray, lines on, 177. Evergreens at Christmas, 728.
Fairies and Witches, descriptions of, Dogs of Mount St. Bernard, August Sept. 24th, 502. Sub HECATE. 20th, 417.
Fairy Rings made by Fungi, 455. Dragon contends with St. Michael, Faith, Hope, and Charity, 279. 517.
Falling Stars and their varieties, vanquished by St. Margaret, Aug. 10th, 400. Sub Coelum. 353.
False Hallow, a humorous song, 565. used as a design for a Vane, Fat Ox, ceremony of, at Paris, 8. 281, 517.
Fatalism and philosophical necessity Dreams, physiology of, Feb. 18th, 65; considered, Dec. 1st, 677. also Sept. 30th, 524.
Faunalia, Dec. 5th, 686. remarkable instances of, Oc. Fauns and Satyrs, Dec. 5th. tober 20, 20th, and 22d.
Faunus, feast of, Feb. 13th, 59. waking, Sept. 30th. See Ap. Feasts, moveable, 58, 170, 237. PARITIONS.
Februata, Juno, et Purificata Maria, of Dancing Walking Sticks, Feb. 2d, 46. 734.
Fire, cantion against, 447. Sub VESTA. -, very impressive examples of, | Fire Escapes, ingenious, 149. Dec. 29111, 754.
Fire Offices, list of, 137.
Fishes of Fresh Water, sorts of, 376. founded by St. Francis of Assisium, Fishing, 327. Ballad on, ib.
Oct. 4th, 536. Flagellants, order of, 62.
Friday, Good, or Holy, 112. Flagellation, religious, on Holy Friday, Frogs quit the Ponds, 351. 111.
Furina, the Goddess of Robbers, 363. practised in the Luper- Furinalia, a Roman Festival,July 25th, calia, Feb. 15th, 62.
362. Flaminéus conquered by the Poeni, Future Life, observations on its pro309.
bability, 619. Sub Psyche. FLORA, FAUNA, POMONA, &c. pas
sim, indicating the subjunction of Game Laws, injustice of, Sept.1st, 446. their respective objects, in the Garden of Flowers, from Thomson, 216. present work.
Genevieve, St., patroness of Paris, 4. Flora Tunbrigensis, and its rare Plants, Genesis, curious passage in, respecting 336.
life, 662. Sub ERYNNIS. Flora, the Goddess of Flowers, wor. Geographical Positions of Places, 581.
shipped at Rome, April 29th, 200. George's Day, St., April 23d, 184. Floras, the six principal of the year, Ghost, resembling Cromwell, January 106.
Soth, 38. the Primaveral Flora, March of an Arm Chair, 642. 27th, 141.
of a Child in a Grey Cloak, the Vernal Flora, May 24th, 653. Sub HECATE. 247.
of Hideous Faces by night, the Solstitial Flora, July 9th, 662. 332.
of a Hideous Pig, 643. the Aestival, Aug. 19th, 416. various examples of, 752. the Autumpal, Oct. 18th, 567. Sub HECATE.
The Hybernal, Dec. 9th, 699. Ghosts, physiologically accounted for, Flowers, where the taste for prevailed 506, 523. most, 249.
Dreams, and other disorders opening of, on particular of the Imagination, 38, 65, 73, 190, Festivals, a Poem, 107.
506, 523, 531, 571, 575, 640, 612, Flying Dragon, Mr. Gough's Picture 653, 655, 658, 660, 662. of. See Dragon.
-, Omens, Forebodings, and Flying Dutchman, a strange delusive other Superstitions, Sept. 26th,
appearance at Sea, Nov. 20th, 647. 506. Sub HECATE. See AppariFontinalia in Old Rome, Oct. 13th,
Giles, St. or Aegidias, the Patrop of Fools, order of, 631.
Cripples, Sept. 1st, 445.
Good Friday, 110.
flagellation practised on, Fortis Fortuna, 310.
111. Fortunu, an ancient Deity, April 1st, Gossamer floating in the air, or
150—April6th, May 25th, June 11th alighting on the masts and rigging and 24th.
of ships, a sign of fine weather, her Wheel the forerunner of 500. See Prognostics. St. Catherine's, 354.
, very plentiful in Autumn, implicated with Necessity, 466 and 500. Sub FAUNA. 677.
Gough, Richard, the Antiquary, Forty Days of Rain, July 15th, 342, October 21st, 573. and Jnne 24th, 311.
Goëthe, specimen of his style of
Philosophical Poetry, 177. Account of, 343.
Grapes, the various sorts of, Sept. 3d, Fox, Charles James, died, 473.
452. George, the 1st Quaker, 634. Great Men, if humble more esteemed, CHRONOLOGY.
416. Hunting, 565.
Guardian Angels and Tutelary Genii, Roman ceremony of firing Oct. 20, 529. Foxes' tails, 178.
Gymnasia of Children, 350. Franciscans, and other Religious Or. ders, Nov. 1901, 645.
Hailstones in France, 97. Franklin, Benjamin, 177.
Halloween, or the Vigil of All Saints' Friars of Orders Grey, and Franciscans, Day, 594.
Halo, luminous phenomenon of the, 1 January, excessive cold, Jan.14th, 14.
Janus, origin of, Jan. 1st.
a twofaced deity, 2.
Ignis Fatuus, and superstitions con.
June 29th, 317.
Feb. 18th, April 25th, Sept. 26th
and 30th-Nov. 17th, 23d, 24th
vegetable food, 299. Sub HYGEIA. tion.
20th, and 22d.
Imagination, classification of its effects,
Sept. 30th, 523. Sub HYGEIA.
antiquities relating attending, 531.
Ingathering of Grapes and of Apples, 586.
Innocents' Day, Dec. 28th, 746.
Processions of Chil.
dren on, 747.
Curious Candle Omen
on this day, 747.
Insurance from Fire, 437,
Invention of the Cross, 213.
Feb. 5th, 49–6th, 50_26th, - of God, St. bis extraordinary
mode of mortifying himself, March
the Ecungelist's Day, Dec. 27th,
Feast of, corresponding with
thé Festival of the Conception,
Dec. 21, 270—27th, 745. 5th—13th, Sept. 13th, Oct. 18th.
Mythology of, 277.
Kings of England, list of, 756.
Labours of Hercules, 715.
Ladybird or Ladycow, a small insect,
336. Sub FAUNA,
Lake of Geneva, storms at the, July Man in the Moon, explained, Dec. 1st,
Mania, the Mother of the Manes,
weather, 644. Sub Coelum. March, Calends of, at Rome, 85.-
Ides of, 119.
Mariae, B. Virginis, Purificatio, Feb.
Visitatio, July 2d,
Nives, Aug. 5th, 390.
Nativity of, Sept.
Martins arrive, May 2014, 180.
cover the Roofs of the Palaces
at Chantilly, and other lofty Build-
ings, in Autumn, 513.
, Epigrams on this Genus, 514.
and by the Moderns, 513.
become numerons, and early
Goose eaten at, 628.
Matler, Vitality, and Intelligence,
Maundy Thursday, 110.
Meeting of the Dragon and Grasshopper,
Melancholy, Horace's description of,56.
-, produced by Wine, 299.
incident to Spring, Feb.
Medical Description of,
Oct. 2d, 530. Sub Hygeia.
Meteorological Society of London,
Aug. 20th, 411.